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Should There Be Other Examination Bodies To Compete With WAEC?- Opinion

Following the recent WAEC paper leakages brouhaha, this article seeks to address critically whether the monopoly of WAEC in Ghana should be broken or remain as it is. WAEC And Their Duties The West African Examination Council popularly known as WAEC is an examination board that was established in 1952 by law to determine the examinations required in the public interest in the English-speaking West African countries, to conduct the examinations and to award certificates comparable to those of equivalent examining authorities internationally.

  2 months ago ago
Should There Be Other Examination Bodies To Compete With WAEC?- Opinion

EDUCATION

Bad Actions Of Invigilators During The 2020 WASSCE Revealed By African Education Watch

Hit the FOLLOW button to receive newly published articles. LIKE and SHARE the article. Several incidents took place during last year's West African Secondary School Examinations (WASSCE) organized by WAEC. Many allegations were made concerning the leakage of papers and the breach in confidentiality by leakage of the names and contact details of examiners.

  5 months ago ago
Bad Actions Of Invigilators During The 2020 WASSCE Revealed By African Education Watch

EDUCATION

WAEC: Breaking Our monopoly Not Solution To End Papers Leakage

The West African Examinations Council after African Education Watch petitioned the government to invite other examining body’s to compete with them has said that will not end the cases of the annual question papers leakages. The Education Think Tank suggestion comes after its independent assessment report of the conduct of last year’s WASSCE disclosed Integrated Science questions paper leaked some hours ahead of the examination on social media.

  2 months ago ago
WAEC: Breaking Our monopoly Not Solution To End Papers Leakage

EDUCATION

Psychologist should be deployed to the various institutions to counsel students when Schools resumes

Covid-19 has been with Ghanaians for about 9months now and students were asked to go home to curb the spread of the virus. This led to the postponement of WASSCE that was supposed to be written April/May to August/September. Final years were asked to return to Schools in July for six weeks revision and use five weeks to write their exams. They completed successfully without spike in number of active cases though some schools recorded cases of covid-19. The second years were also asked to do same and they just

  11 months ago ago
Psychologist should be deployed to the various institutions to counsel students when Schools resumes

EDUCATION

Students Who Have Been Unfairly Treated By WAEC Are Left With No Option Than To Complain -EduWatch

The African Education Watch (EduWatch) has declared that students who sit for final exams conducted by WAEC are left with no option than to complain to the same examination body for redress or resort to a court system which is inefficient. EduWatch explained that, these are students who have been treated unfairly as a result of allegations of examination malpractices and delayed release of results.

  5 months ago ago
Students Who Have Been Unfairly Treated By WAEC Are Left With No Option Than To Complain -EduWatch

EDUCATION

African Education Watch has charged government to improve the local tertiary scholarship scheme.

The Executive Director of Africa Education Watch, Kofi Asare after Ghana’s Scholarship Secretariat scheduled interviews for 2020/21 academic year applicants has called on the government to improve the local tertiary scholarship scheme. Mr Kofi Asare’s comment in a post sighted by EducationWeb.com.gh follows the delay in the interviews for the applicants as the 2021 academic year is about to end, a situation he said is to waste the beneficiaries time.

  3 months ago ago
African Education Watch has charged government to improve the local tertiary scholarship scheme.

EDUCATION

"Stop micro management of our schools for heads of institutions to operate" - Mr Kofi Asare.

The executive director of education think tank, African Education Watch, Mr Kofi Asare has said indiscipline in schools have been rising due to an external interference where heads of institutions takes decisions and are been reversed by their higher authorities.  He made this comment when he was speaking on the issues of the SHS students who through their insubordinate actions vandalised school properties, used vulgar languages on the president and other indecent behaviours on GHOne TV.  Mr Kofi Asare said

  1 year ago ago

EDUCATION

Educationalist: The top 10 main education issues that still remain.

Thank you for clicking on this article.African Education Watch is the full meaning of AEW.African Education Watch is one of the organizations in the country.

  8 months ago ago
Educationalist: The top 10 main education issues that still remain.

EDUCATION

Alleged Sexual Harassment In Kaneshie Senior High Technical School - 5 Teachers Accused

The Kaneshie Senior High and Technical School organized an open forum for the students amidst parents and teachers. At this forum, one of the female final year students alleged that some teachers were sexually harassing them. A committee of enquiry was set up to probe the issue.

  2 months ago ago
Alleged Sexual Harassment In Kaneshie Senior High Technical School - 5 Teachers Accused

EDUCATION

Government must intervene in tertiary fees increment – African Education Watch

Examination Fellow at the African Education Watch, Divine Kpe, has approached the administration to mediate in the choice by certain colleges to build the 2020/2021 scholastic year charges. Mr Kpe is of the view that the pandemic has influenced organizations, including that a few people have agonizingly lost their positions, thus an augmentation is an insult.  "Issues of school charges must be all around discussed on the grounds that it has suggestions. Taking a gander at the impacts Covid has welcomed on

  1 year ago ago
Government must intervene in tertiary fees increment – African Education Watch